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IRA aims to give CCUS a boost, but will it take off?
01 February, 2023
Why the Inflation Reduction Act should provide a much-needed boost for the development of carbon capture, utilisation and storage projects in the USA

Carbon capture begins at NTPC power plant
25 January, 2023
A 20 t/day demo carbon capture facility is in operation at NTPC’s coal fired Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Station, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Gas turbines and decarbonisation
18 January, 2023
The view from Finspång

Adding CCS to CCGT
11 January, 2023
GE Gas Power has signed an MoU with Korea’s DL E&C and its subsidiary, CARBONCO, to jointly develop a roadmap for integrating post combustion carbon capture technology in GE-supplied natural gas fuelled combined cycle power plants in Asia and Oceania.

Simply Blue and Marine Power Systems launch PelaFlex floating wind project
05 January, 2023
Marine Power Systems (MPS) is partnering with Simply Blue Group to develop a project proposal for the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) leasing round run by Crown Estate Scotland.

Energinet and Gasunie put backbone into H2 collaboration
04 January, 2023
European Hydrogen Backbone, what it might look like, illustrating the potential hydrogen connection between Denmark and Germany.

The IRA will accelerate green hydrogen adoption
22 December, 2022
The Inflation Reduction Act aims to systematically supercharge the energy transition, and it gives clean H2 a starring role

Supporting legacy equipment in the absence of OEM support
21 December, 2022
The case of Eskom’s coal plant boiler feed pump gearboxes with variable speed fluid drive couplings

The Inflation Reduction Act: what it means for clean energy
15 December, 2022
It is estimated the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) could more than triple US clean energy production, with about 40% of the USA’s energy coming from renewables by 2030, with some 550 GW of renewable capacity added in less than ten years. It also provides a more stable 10-year window for incentives and marks a move away from the “boom and bust” nature of the previous support regime

Synchronous condensers restore grid inertia in two major European projects
14 December, 2022
The global transition to renewable energy is reducing the availability of system inertia vital for the stable operation of power grids. Synchronous condensers are well proven devicesthat are restoring the balance in two diverse installations

Making distributed generation future-proof
08 December, 2022
How Siemens Energy’s steam turbine transformed AVR’s waste-to-energy capabilities

What lessons can we learn from past projects?
07 December, 2022
How basic precautions can greatly reduce the risks of technical failure for future power CCS projects

World first for Lhyfe at Saint-Nazaire
30 November, 2022
Hydrogen production on a floating platform

Taking on the world
29 November, 2022
Chief executive Mary Quaney wants to grow Mainstream Renewable Power to be a renewables version of the oil and gas ‘majors’. The company is stepping up, but the industry faces some headwinds.

Waste-to-wheels in Germany
23 November, 2022
A “waste-to-wheels” study by Tractebel, focusing on the Rhine-Main region in the centre of Germany, shows that waste-to-energy plants could be a cost-effective way to produce green hydrogen to decarbonise transport.

Peterhead switching role
16 November, 2022
Peterhead in Scotland is the planned site for an innovative HVDC switching station that will be the key enabler for a proposed multi-terminal, multi-vendor HVDC system for offshore wind connection. It would be the first multi-terminal, multi-vendor HVDC installation outside China

Chile’s high hopes for hydrogen
10 November, 2022
Chile has aspirations to become a major player in the hydrogen economy, and is well placed to be an exporter of cheap green hydrogen thanks to its enviable potential for renewable energy development

Achieving fusion, and what next for First Light?
09 November, 2022
Having attained the major milestone of achieving fusion with its novel projectile-based technology, First Light Fusion is now looking to the next key steps, including a “gain” demonstrator, with more energy out than in, and design of a pilot power plant. First Light is pursuing a unique approach to inertial fusion, in which deuterium-tritium fuel inside a target is compressed using a projectile travelling at tremendous speed, creating the temperatures and densities needed for fusion. First Light believes its technology promises the simplest, fastest and cheapest route to commercial fusion power

SMRs: a question of when, not whether?
04 November, 2022
The momentum behind small modular reactors continues to build worldwide

Tenerife PV project leads the way
02 November, 2022
E.ON and Adeje, a municipality in the south west of the island of Tenerife, are establishing an innovative energy community called “Adeje Verde” – said to be the first of its kind in Europe. The aim is to enable residents to produce, share and collectively use PV generated electricity, allowing Adeje, currently 79% dependent on fossil fuels, to move towards 100% renewables in the form of rooftop solar.



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